large-hearted


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large-heart·ed

(lärj′här′tĭd)
adj.
Having a generous disposition; sympathetic.

large′-heart′ed·ness n.

large-hearted

adj
kind; sympathetic. Also: large-souled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.large-hearted - showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and generosity; "was charitable in his opinions of others"; "kindly criticism"; "a kindly act"; "sympathetic words"; "a large-hearted mentor"
kind - having or showing a tender and considerate and helpful nature; used especially of persons and their behavior; "kind to sick patients"; "a kind master"; "kind words showing understanding and sympathy"; "thanked her for her kind letter"

large-hearted

adjective
Willing to give of oneself and one's possessions:
Translations

large-hearted

adjgroßherzig
References in classic literature ?
Riley, a gentleman with a waxen complexion and fat hands, rather highly educated for an auctioneer and appraiser, but large-hearted enough to show a great deal of bonhomie toward simple country acquaintances of hospitable habits.
Things which seemed to other men trifles were to him deadly sins; and although he was so stern to himself, to others he shows a fatherly tenderness which makes us feel that this rough tinker was no narrow Puritan, but a broad-minded, large-hearted Christian.
There is the same type of frame and the same keen activity of temperament in mother and son, but it was not from her that Adam got his well- filled brow and his expression of large-hearted intelligence.
Equally elegant and more miscellaneous and large-hearted in social outlook was Last-Trick's show the year previous, the popular Cannibal Crush Lunch, at which the confections handed round were sarcastically moulded in the forms of human arms and legs, and during which more than one of our gayest mental gymnasts was heard offering to eat his partner.
"The special occasion of Samvatsari is about being large-hearted, compassionate and harmonious.
SU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Fateh Mohammad Burfat said comrade Abro was an exceptionally decent man and a large-hearted person who played a significant role in creating awareness among people in remote areas of Sindh for seeking education.
Dr Fateh Muhammad Burfat in his presidential remarks said that comrade Abro was an exceptionally decent man and a large-hearted person who played a significant role in creating awareness among people in remote areas of Sindh for seeking education.
Calling Cashman a large-hearted person, her mother added, "She wasn't foolish.
A large-hearted, naA[macron]ve, and wildly improbable plot delights as the fearless team -- led by a treasure hunter -- lands in a series of underground worlds.
What is truly amazing is that after Auschwitz, and an exile of 2,000 years, came an announcement from Tel Aviv on May 14, 1948, that the bravest, cleverest and most large-hearted people on Earth had returned to their ancient patrimony, a land called Israel.
Her journey into the Cave and back out is filled with trials and tragedy, but Josie is helped along by her newfound community of large-hearted hard drinkers.
In Tracked, debut novelist Martin has created characters that are well-known: the large-hearted boy with unrequited feelings; the dark and handsome bad boy with secrets; the feisty and ferocious orphan with talent who competes with "the big boys." Martin, however, sets these familiar archetypes into a fast (and furious) plot.